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Is brother going to pay you for this or are you just gifting it to him?
Ok, then you just need to have a quitclaim deed prepared by a local real estate attorney or closing/title company from you as the grantor over to him as the grantee.. Then you sign and have it notarized and record it in the local land records office where the property is located and the transfer is completed.. Cost..probably around $100 or so..
You are very welcome. Happy to help any time., And if you contact a local closing company or title company, they will be cheaper and faster and can help you get it executed and recorded for a small additional fee..
Yes, same exact deed...just quicker and cheaper in a one stop shop..
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